After last year’s identity crisis of a New Year’s resolution list, 2020’s are gonna be easy, Mary. Personally, I’m just gonna try to make it through the year without getting deported by executive … [Read more...] about 11 Minimalist Resolutions Every Gay Man Should Consider for 2020
2019, Gay Men, and their Resolutions This years resolutions felt impossible. I’ve witnessed so much change for queers around the country, more than our forefathers dreamed of, yet many of us are … [Read more...] about 2019 Resolutions Every Gay Man Should Consider… It’s Complicated.
Resolutions for 2018 Gay Men Should Consider 2017 was the kind of year we dreaded at the end of 2016. For many queers, the country regressed decades. The antics of the new regime reached the camp … [Read more...] about 2018 Resolutions All Gay Men Should Consider
2017 Resolutions All Gay Men Should Consider 2016 was brutal for our community. For a younger generation, it seemed apocalyptic. For elders, a déjà vu of times we hoped were over. As a gay man, I … [Read more...] about 2017 Resolutions All Gay Men Should Consider
The first song I ever loved was El Noa Noa by Juan Gabriel. My mother was so obsessed with it, the title became one of my first words. As toddlers, my little brother and I danced by the record player, … [Read more...] about Juan Gabriel was a Gay Hero to Me and My Brother, Without Ever Being Out
5 Positive Things to Remember After Orlando Queer culture has always existed as parade and funeral, from the very first time a smiling boy with a limp wrist was beaten for having a good … [Read more...] about 5 Positive Things to Remember After Orlando
“I am a gay man above all else.” -Larry Kramer. In that spirit, I'm Leo Herrera, a gay artist and activist. Here are my resolutions for gay family in 2016 and beyond. Make Gay Art We need gay … [Read more...] about 2016 Resolutions All Gay Men Should Consider